By Russell Berman - 12/18/13 07:32 AM EST
Speaker John BoehnerJohn BoehnerHouse GOP changes rules to thwart Dems Ryan secures big win with bipartisan Puerto Rico deal John Feehery: GOP: Listen to Reince MORE (R-Ohio) accused President Obama of “standing on the sidelines” when it comes to job creation as he touted House-passed legislation in 2013 that never made it to the president’s desk.
Boehner’s office on Wednesday released a web video promoting House GOP efforts to boost the economy with the passage of bills related to energy, education, agriculture and healthcare.
Among the bills cited were proposals to build the Keystone pipeline, overhaul the No Child Left Behind education law and repeal the 2010 healthcare law.
In the final weeks of the year, Boehner has spoken up repeatedly to promote the House’s work and defend Republicans against the “do-nothing” label Democrats have tried to affix to their majority.
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